We invite you to find out what makes November so exciting on the Long Beach Peninsula.  This month's issue includes holiday happenings, wildlife, and a bit of history. 
It's About Time for a Real Holiday
When is the last time you focused on what really mattered for the holiday season? Escape the crowds and chaos. 
Come to the beach this Christmas!
Simplify the Season

Make this year different. Join us this holiday season on the beach!

Shop local, shop small and make a difference!  Visit our   galleries, gift stores   and antique shops  for your holiday shopping.  From ship wheels to local art, you'll find unique gifts for just about anyone.
Make Thanksgiving Fresh

Cranberries are a Thanksgiving classic, but you can't beat the flavor of fresh harvested berries from the Long Beach Peninsula.

Learn more about our local cranberries and where to buy them here.
Our Feathered Friends

The Peninsula sits along a major migratory path, attracting over 200 bird species. Learn more about birding and some great hikes here.

Some of our yearly visitors include trumpeter swans, bald eagles, and occasionally snowy owls.
A History of Discovery

Lewis and Clark ended their journey on the Long Beach Peninsula in November of 1805. Their presence is still felt today. This is the perfect month to learn more about the Corps of Discovery on the Peninsula.

Find out how to follow in their footsteps here .
Holiday Happenings

Don't miss  Holidays at the Beach, Nov. 24-26. This is a family favorite on the Peninsula!

They kick off with a pajama party and free showing of The Polar Express. Saturday follows with crafts, pictures with Santa, a tree lighting and more.

But don't skip out early! Sunday is the only day you can get pictures with the Christmas Mermaid. Where else can you do that?

See more events here.

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